Meaning of meonic in English:

meonic

adjective

Philosophy
  • Of, relating to, or consisting of a kind of pregnant nothingness or void (as distinguished from an absolute blank nothingness) having the potential to transform into matter.

Pronunciation

meonic

/meɪˈɒnɪk/ /ˌmiːˈɒnɪk/

Origin

1930s. From ancient Greek μὴ ὄν (more fully τό μὴ ὄν that which is not, nothingness, void (Plato, citing a fragment of Parmenides; from τό, neuter definite article + μή not (from an Indo-European base also found in the Sanskrit negative particle mā) + ὄν, neuter present participle of εἶναι to be: see onto-)) + -ic, after Russian meoničeskij.